L’LATIN AMERICA it has become the new epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic. This is the alarm raised by the WHO regional director, Carissa Etienne. “There is no doubt that our region has become the epicenter of the Covid-19 pandemic,” he said stressing that “this is not the time to relax restrictions or scale back prevention strategies.”
For the third consecutive day the UNITED STATES they recorded fewer than 700 deaths per day for Covid-19, according to the Johns Hopkins University count: 657 people died in 24 hours in the country, for a total of 98,902 deaths. The total cases of contagion in the country are currently 1,680,680.
New wave of contagions in SOUTH KOREA, with 49 new cases emerging in the last 24 hours and the birth of a new outbreak in a huge Bucheon wholesale goods storage warehouse, not far from Seoul, to which at least 36 of them are attributable, according to the South Korean center for disease control and prevention (Kcdc), cited by the Yonhap agency. The media reports that 3,600 swabs were made of the warehouse staff. “We are afraid of infections in communities and keep an eye on the situation,” said the health minister.
RUSSIA – All Moscow residents can now carry out the test for the detection of coronavirus antibodies free of charge in 30 polyclinics in the capital. Deputy mayor Anastasia Rakova said so. “All Muscovites can take the free test for antibodies, immunoglobulin M and immunoglobulin G, against coronavirus infection,” he said. The test allows you to find out both the ongoing asymptomatic infection and whether it has been addressed in the past. Tass reports it.
Ten days of mourning to commemorate the 27,000 victims of the coronavirus in SPAIN. This is the longest mourning period in 40 years of democracy. Over 14,000 public buildings and all ships in the Spanish Navy will hold flags at half mast until June 5.
95 other people died from coronavirus in SWEDEN bringing the total number of victims to 4,220, according to the latest update from the health authorities reported by the Guardian. The cases of Covid-19 in the only country in the world that never imposed a lockdown exceeded 35,000 after 648 other people were found positive.
The Spianta delle Moschee a JERUSALEM will reopen on Sunday after a two and a half month shutdown due to the pandemic. The sheikh of the al-Aqsa Omar al Kiswani mosque, quoted by the Maan agent, made it known. The reopening will take place following the health safety provisions, among these the fact that each member of the faithful must bring an individual carpet for prayers and that each one must be equipped with a protective mask.